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Country Programming Framework- 2018

The priorities set in the NITI Aayog’s seven year National Development Agenda and the medium term Three Year Action Agenda as well as the Union Budget represent the key overarching framework for the agriculture sector.

CPF priority areas identified clearly support smallholders in developing productivity and competitiveness and in improving livelihood and reducing rural poverty for disadvantaged groups. Wherever relevant synergies will be created between the priority areas and the activities being implemented under each priority area.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

INDIAN AGRICULTURE TOWARDS 2030 – Book Launch Panel Discussion

The NITI Aayog along with FAO is organising a public event on Monday, 28 March 2022 at the Indian International Centre, to launch the book titled Indian Agriculture Towards 2030: Pathways for Enhancing Farmers’ Income, Nutritional Security and Sustainable Food and Farm Systems  to be published by Springer.

The volume captures the outcomes of a two-year (2019-2022) deliberative process of a national dialogue by the NITI Aayog and the Government of India ministries of

  • Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare
  • Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying
  • Jal Shakti

facilitated by FAO. National Conference was organised from 19 to 22 January, 2021.

The aim of the dialogue has been to complement efforts of the GoI in designing a post-Green Revolution future for the country, wherein agri-food systems can further nutritional targets, enhance livelihoods and safeguard human and ecological health. The dialogue process envisions the transformative vision for the next decade.

Click here to view the Book Launch event (Link)